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  • Bernard Carmouche

    Bernard Carmouche
    All he wanted was to earn $200 to buy a Dodge Dart. Today chef Bernard Carmouche, 44, is culinary director for Emeril Lagasse's three Florida restaurants including Emeril's Orlando, Emeril's Tchoup Chop and Emeril's Miami Beach. Sometimes you never know...
  • State's recession buster: gambling

    State's recession buster: gambling
    Greg Schiavone has spent the last 27 years making a pretty good living selling some of the Bethlehem area's priciest homes. But when people stopped buying $400,000 homes in the last few years, Schiavone went looking for a way to replace the real estate...
  • Check It Out: Kick it up a notch with holiday cooking

    As autumn's shorter days and longer nights provide us with cool weather, more of us will be spending time indoors. With the holidays approaching and the cooking and baking season upon us, the Food Network on television is a popular destination for recipes...
  • Young Chef Lands Dish in Emeril's Top Restaurants

    Young Chef Lands Dish in Emeril's Top Restaurants
    You can't miss Janee Taylor's infectious laugh in the kitchen.  She's got a lot to smile about these days. NOCCA culinary department chair Dana D’Anzi Tuohy describes her as, “Bright and talented.  You can tell she’s just a really,...
  • Secrets to Good Barbecuing, Louisiana Style

    Secrets to Good Barbecuing, Louisiana Style
    The waft of barbecue could be smelled throughout any New Orleans neighborhood this Memorial Day weekend. Some of the best barbecuing can be found at parks. A giant cookout was underway Memorial Day at Lafreniere Park by Victory Fellowship Church, and...
  • Kermit Shares Recipes from his Speakeasy in Treme

    Kermit Shares Recipes from his Speakeasy in Treme
    It's not uncommon to hear Kermit Ruffins singing or sipping a beer while he cooks.  On the menu today?  Stewed rabbit and grits.  Ruffins shares the secret ingredients, "I love my Tony Chachere and my granulated garlic, a little thyme, a little bay leaf."...
  • Carnivale du Vin

    Carnivale du Vin
    Mike Theis gets the Best Seat in the House at all the cool events around town, and tonight he brings us along with him to the Carnivale du Vin - Emeril Lagasse's annual fundraiser - where he runs into a few faces you'll recognize.
  • Chicago's top celebrity hangouts in 2011

    Chicago's top celebrity hangouts in 2011
    If any of us wondered if celebrities would still visit Chicago after “The Oprah Winfrey Show” ended in May, we now have our answer. Chicago is still a popular destination for film projects — which this year included “Man of...
  • Top Chef Week 11 recap: This season's best episode yet

    Top Chef Week 11 recap: This season's best episode yet
    This was my favorite"Top Chef"episode this season. Void of manufactured rivalries or a clear-cut winner/loser, we witnessed the show at its most elemental and compelling: seven chefs cooking their hearts out, fulfilling the mission of the show’s...
  • Top Chef Week 8 recap: Karma police

    Top Chef Week 8 recap: Karma police
    Do you buy into the idea of karma? I don’t. I’ll tell you what I do believe: Television works best when packages come delivered tied up with perfect bows. Because on Wednesday's "Top Chef" installment, as soon as Beverly Kim (Aria) said,...
  • A presidential 'Iron Chef America'

    A presidential 'Iron Chef America'
    White House Executive Chef Cristeta Comerford knows about all about cooking under pressure. After all, she cooks for the leader of the free world. (First under George W. Bush, now under Barack Obama.) So she said she wasn't all that unnerved by...
  • Goodwill Guardians

    Goodwill Guardians
    New York has George Soros. L.A. has Eli Broad. Vegas? Bet you thought everyone was busy wagering. Wrong. The city,  historically known more for carnality than compassion, has a range of denizens working not only for a better city but a better world....